Since last Monday, when Sabine McNeill was remanded in custody for multiple breaches of her bail conditions, those who believe in the Hampstead SRA hoax have taken to the internet in a frantic last-ditch attempt to rally support for her.
We’ve discussed the “Free Sabine” Facebook page, hastily thrown up last week by Wesley Hall.
Tracey Morris has chipped in, with messages conveying a weird combination of pugnaciousness and melodramatic despair:
And Jake Clarke, of course, has been popping up at intervals like the Dormouse at the Mad Hatter’s tea party, mumbling, “Peace, love, eternal grooviness…” and then slumping back into the teapot, snoring loudly.
The most recent addition to the Hoaxtead mob’s defensive line is a new “event” page on Facebook, titled “Support Sabine at Court—19th March”:
And apparently they’re not planning to stop at swarming the court. They have bigger things in mind:
We’re going to be arranging a protest outside the prison with a huge campaign to support Sabine’s release.
People should not be being sent to prison during times of extreme austerity, simply for speaking out about institutionalised child abuse when there’s an ongoing independent child sexual abuse inquiry ongoing in the UK.
How they think any of this will have the slightest impact on Sabine’s ultimate fate is anyone’s guess.
It will certainly make the Hoaxtead mobsters feel as though they’re doing something, which we suppose will keep them out of mischief, but do they really believe that holding vigils or demonstrations will force the court’s hand? Whatever decision the judge makes in this case, it will have nothing to do with the number of people who turn up at Sabine’s next bail hearing, or indeed at her trial.
Stupid argument #8,738
As for the argument that “people shouldn’t be sent to prison during times of austerity”…we don’t even know where to begin with that. Do they mean “no one should be arrested for anything ever” when austerity measures are in effect? What about convicted murderers, thieves, paedophiles, and rapists?
Do the police say, “Oh, never mind, just kidding—it’s austerity time, you’re off the hook, mate!” to every suspect? Or should they just not bother arresting anybody? Enquiring minds want to know.
Okay, time to start panicking now
Ultimately, all of this frenetic activity, supposedly on Sabine’s behalf, boils down to one thing: Hoaxtead mobsters have seen Sabine led down to the cells, and each and every one of them is imagining themselves in her position.
They’re frantically posting, trying to organise court support, planning a rally outside Bronzefield Prison, sending one another woeful lists of who’s been sectioned or arrested, and generally running madly around in circles…because they know they could be next.
And frankly, it looks good on them.